National American Holocaust Memorial
Formerly Delta Abortion Clinic of Baton Rouge, Louisiana
LSU Students for Life
Visit Louisiana Students for Life (LSL) to view a list of Pro-Life
Student Organizations on College Campus in Louisiana.
Including but not limited to: LSU, Loyola, Tulane
Camp Joshua started in 2008 in Baton Rouge, is a weekend camp
designed to train high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to be
pro-life leaders through education and leadership skills.
We are the PRO-LIFE GENERATION.
It has been our privilege over the past 10 years to be
contributors and supporters of the LSU Students for Life.
We have worked on many projects together.
While president of LSU Students for Life, Maria Mahoney led weekly Pro-Life Rosary processions, pro-life exhibits and tables on the LSU campus. She organized and sponsored baby showers for the pregnant mothers on campus. She brought in speakers, organized rallies and erected the 4,400 crosses on the LSU parade ground for the week of January 22.
Our foundation has supplied the LSU Students for Life with the 4400 crosses that are erected on the parade grounds, across from the student union, each year on the infamous anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. We have assisted the students in erecting 2 pro-life billboards and supplied baby clothes, diapers and presents for their baby showers. Our foundation also assists the students with pro-life pamphlets, books, videos and tapes for their pro-life tables.
We give tribute to the outstanding leadership exemplified
by the current and former presidents of LSU Students for Life.
These are Floyd Gonzalez, Amy Guidry, Juliane Zebley,
John Treul, Maria Mahoney, Greg Stanek and Eddie Herty.
University of Missouri Students for Life
University of Missouri Students for Life unload the crosses from the truth truck onto the student union field.
Student Outreach -Teens for Life
Catholic High Teens for Life from Donaldsonville, Louisiana
Class of 1994 Catholic High Teens for Life from Donaldsonville, Louisiana. This Teens for Life group was founded by Lydia Bellina, Rebecca Lavigne and Regan Katz. Their motto was "The next generation of
pro-life leaders is now and everyone belongs!"
when they graduate high school.